Author: Yang Hi Choe-Wall., translator.
144 pages. Cornell East Asia Series, #117. The biography and writings of Ho Nansorhon (1563-1589), one of the finest poets of the entire Choson dynasty, who wrote during the Golden Age of Sino-Korean poetry. Disillusioned by Confucian values she drew inspiration from Taoism and humanism. Includes 53 poems and one prose piece with commentary, notes and poetic form in charts, together with the original Sino-Korean text.
Hardcover, still in publishers clear plastic wrap. 9 by 6 inches.